If you're looking to put an easy freezer meal in the oven for dinner, you might be tempted to use a packet of Birdseye chicken dippers, but since these chicken pieces are breaded you will need to ensure you are counting their syns on the SW plan.
Birdeye chicken dippers have 11.5 syns for five dippers making them very high in syns, we, therefore, suggest only having these chicken dippers as the occasional treat on the plan when your syns allow.
To find out more about the syns in Birdseye chicken dippers we've composed a syn guide below, discussing why these chicken dippers are so high in syns, some syn values of Birdseye meals, low syn alternatives and our own SW chicken dipper recipe.
At 11.5 syns for five dippers, Birdseye chicken dippers are very high in syns taking up the majority of your 15 syn daily allowance on the plan.
These chicken dippers get their high syn value from the frying because they are coated in batter, this deep frying makes them very high in fat, having 12g of fat per portion. We would recommend having a small portion of these dippers to help save syns.
Birdseye has a large range of chicken freezer meals like their chicken dippers for a convenient meal, to help you compare syns, we've listed some of their range along with their syn values down below.
If you find Birdseye chicken dippers to be too high in syns there are lots of other low-syn alternative dippers from other brands for a quick and easy dinner.
If you love chicken dippers, but don't want to spend all the syns, you can always try making your chicken dippers at home with our slimming world recipe below which only has 1.5 syns per serving.
Overall, Birdseye chicken dippers are quite high in syns having 11.5 syns for five dippers, these dippers are high in syns because they are fried in oil which makes them high in fat. To save syns we recommend choosing a low syn alternative which starts as low as 1.5 syns a dipper or making your own at home with wholemeal rolls.